:-)I've found myself making up words for the ones I've lost!Pearl
And I thought it was just me.
you're preachin' to the choir sister
joeh; seems we're all in the same boat :)Pearl; I usually say umm, ummm, that thingy :)Joanne; you're not alone Joanne, we're all here with you :)Delores; I do a lot of that, I forget sometimes that I'm not the only one. See? Lost information :)
I can't even find my brain! I've misplaced it!
I suspect that the Bermuda Triangle is a very, very crowded place. My brain, your brain, parts of rather a lot of brains...
Lee; have you searched the Bermuda Triangle?Elephant's Child; not to mention all those ships and their crews!
As annoying as it is about what you forget, it is amazing at times what you remember....often useless stuff.
It does feel like that at times. And, is why I have post-it notes everywhere... a trail of little square yellow paper crumbs to important reminders.
Andrew; always the useless stuff, like the colour of the plastic sandals my best friend wore in third grade. Brown.Vicki; I have lists and exercise book pages with notes that often get transferred to new pages when the first page has had several notes scribbled out. Merle; yes, me too.
Oh yes, I hear what you are saying.
Mimsie; thinking of the Bermuda Triangle, I wonder what would be found there if anyone ever managed to solve the riddle of it.